Gas wells in West VA. Anybody ever had the pleasure? Wondering how they do that? Are you looking at a big ugly whatsit that spoils your view every day? Is it a noisy whatsit that scares your livestock? Does it try to pollute your well with its evil whatsit by-products? Does the gas company hook it up to your house for you? Is it gas or liquid? If you decide to build a new domicile, who moves the whatsit to the new hookup? And does that cost a lot of ca$h? Does the gas man come out to your place to read the whatsit meter? If he does, does he tell you he's coming first, or does he just mace your dog?(or geese, or guinea hen, or donkey). If the gas company decides to build more whatsits on your little patch of heaven, do they let you know first? Or is it more maceing of your livestock? If they trash your driveway or fences, or kill your livestock putting in more whatsits, do they reimburse you? Do they even consult you before installing it in the middle of your freshly plowed garden plot? Okay, maybe it's not anywhere near that bad. But I'm a bit mistrustful of any sort of bigger than me business. And maybe the free utilities may be worth the price of a guinea hen or two if I take into account the price of electricity. Thoughts?